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Master of Science in Innovation and Industrial Management

Master's programme | 120 credits
Autumn 2020
100% Day
Göteborg
INSTRUCTION LANGUAGE: English
1 Apply Deadline 2020-01-15 GU-68196 2 Opens 16 March GU-18196
1) Anyone can apply
2) Only EU/EEA citizens and students with approved residence permit in Sweden can apply

About the Programme

Short Summary

The master’s programme in Innovation and Industrial Management equips you for a future as a potential manager in organizations operating in an increasingly uncertain and complex world, with rapidly changing technologies and markets. As a student of the programme, you will get an education with a strong focus on personal and professional development, engage in close interaction with industry, and have ample opportunities for exchange studies.

About the Programme

The master’s programme in Innovation and Industrial Management focuses on the question of how to manage organizations in an increasingly uncertain world, with rapidly changing technologies and markets. Modern companies face complex industrial and financial challenges, particularly in adapting to technological, financial, and consumer changes that affect their future profitability and competitiveness. Global competition requires organizations to develop internal and external analyses of industrial processes and market conditions with particular emphasis on innovation, industrial dynamics, and investments. Ignoring renewal and innovation poses long-term threats to the survival of every organization. 

Who Should Apply?

Are you interested in technological and societal change and innovation?

Do you want the opportunity to interact and work with industry during your studies?

Are you intrigued by rapidly changing technologies and markets and want the skills to help guide organizations through an increasingly uncertain and complex world?

If so, then you should apply for the master’s programme in Innovation and Industrial Management.

After Graduation

Graduates of the programme receive a Degree of Master of Science (120 credits) with a major in Innovation and Industrial Management.

In previous years, 70% of our students have reported that they were hired for their first position before graduation, and more than 90% got a job within four months. Over the years, our graduates have obtained jobs such as:

  • management consultant at consultancy firms, such as Accenture;
  • business developer and product manager at large multinational firms, such as Volvo Group;
  • innovation developer at Lynk & Co;
  • internship and account manager at Google;
  • consultant at public organizations, such as Business Sweden;
  • and business operation coordinator at start-up firms, such as Cellink.

See more at www.handels.gu.se/master

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Requirements and Selection

Requirements: The applicant must have been awarded a Bachelor's degree (equivalent to a Swedish Kandidatexamen) from an internationally recognized university and be able to demonstrate proficiency in English by means of an internationally recognized test, e. g. TOEFL, IELTS. The level of English must be equivalent to English 6/English B from Swedish Upper Secondary School. The applicant's university education must also include a minimum of 15 credits of courses in subject areas related to business, economics, industrial management, innovation and/or entrepreneurship. In addition the education must include a minimum of 15 credits in statistics, or 7.5 credits in statistics and 7.5 credits in quantitative methods and/or mathematics. For more information about the requirements visit www.handels.gu.se/master.

Selection: Selection for event

The selection of students is based on two groups. Priority is given to students in Group 1.

Group 1: Students with GMAT or GRE General Test result. Students need a GMAT test result of 350 or higher. Students with a GMAT test result lower than 350 will be placed in selection group 2. (GRE General Test results are translated to an equivalent GMAT score.)

Group 2: number of credits (maximum 225 credits). For further information and important instructions please see www.handels.gu.se/master

Selection: Selection for event

The selection of students is based on three groups. Group 1 and 2 are prioritized.

Group 1: Students with GMAT or GRE General Test result. Students need a GMAT test result of 350 or higher. Students with a GMAT test result lower than 350 will be placed in selection group 3. (GRE General Test results are translated to an equivalent GMAT score.)

Group 2: Students registered on Handelshögskolans Ekonomprogram, Logistikprogram or Samhällsvetenskapligt miljövetarprogram (inriktning uthålligt företagande eller miljöekonomi), that are guaranteed a place on one of the nine MSc programmes, offered by the Graduate School. The students are not guaranteed their first choice of programme. See information on how the selection is made.

Group 3: Number of credits (maximum 225 credits). If there are places left when the selection has been made in group 1 and 2, eligible students in group 3 will be selected.

Tuition Fee

Application fee: 900 SEK
Full programme cost: 220 000 SEK
First payment: 55 000 SEK

EU/EEA citizens, Swedish residence permit holders and exchange students do not pay fees. More information on: http://www.universityadmissions.se

Study Guidance

If you have additional queries, you are welcome to contact our student counsellors who will be happy to assist you.

Phone: 031-786 4956, E-mail: study.info@gs.gu.se

Department

Graduate school
Box 695
40530 Göteborg
Visiting address: Vasagatan 1

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